Sydney Wonderland, Australia. Now demolished. From http://www.wonderlandhistory.net/content/demolition_time_line

Sydney Wonderland, Australia. Now demolished. From http://www.wonderlandhistory.net/content/demolition_time_line

Sydney Wonderland, Australia. Now demolished. From http://www.wonderlandhistory.net/content/demolition_time_line

Sydney Wonderland, Australia. Now demolished. From http://www.wonderlandhistory.net/content/demolition_time_line

Castle Fun Park was a huge tourist attraction during the 80s and 90s in Mandurah, WA. It was built for those that were on long road trips from Perth to Bunbury which bypassed through Mandurah. Parents could relax and look at the miniature village while their kids ran around and played.  When the freeway was revamped and bypassed Mandurah the park dropped in popularity and eventually closed down. All that remains in the castle that can be seen from the road.

Castle Fun Park was a huge tourist attraction during the 80s and 90s in Mandurah, WA. It was built for those that were on long road trips from Perth to Bunbury which bypassed through Mandurah. Parents could relax and look at the miniature village while their kids ran around and played. When the freeway was revamped and bypassed Mandurah the park dropped in popularity and eventually closed down. All that remains in the castle that can be seen from the road.

Altlantis Marine Park, Perth, Australia 1981 - 1990  Atlantis Marine Park was a theme park built in 1981 in Two Rocks, a small fishing community 60 kilometres (37 mi) north of Perth, the capital of Western Australia. The park was a major feature of Alan Bond's Yanchep Sun City plan. It closed in August 1990 due to financial difficulty.

Altlantis Marine Park, Perth, Australia 1981 - 1990 Atlantis Marine Park was a theme park built in 1981 in Two Rocks, a small fishing community 60 kilometres (37 mi) north of Perth, the capital of Western Australia. The park was a major feature of Alan Bond's Yanchep Sun City plan. It closed in August 1990 due to financial difficulty.

Paronella Park, in North Queensland  Australia - a pleasure palace/theme park built in the 1930's and subsequently abandoned. by Jeff Barone

Paronella Park, in North Queensland Australia - a pleasure palace/theme park built in the 1930's and subsequently abandoned. by Jeff Barone

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